Download. Open. Scan. That's how easy it is nowadays to get into a sporting event. In the digital age we live in, most people prefer scanning their phones at a venue or using print-at-home tickets. But a physical, NFL-issued ticket to the Super Bowl is still a coveted souvenir for those attending the game. A ticket to the first Super Bowl cost spectators as little as $6 in 1967. This year, to see the Eagles and Patriots, you might end up paying more than $5,000 if you're buying from a secondary website. We took a look at some of the unique tickets from the past 51 years. Warning, Vikings fans: This might bring back bad memories.